Pro football players like Colin Kaepernick who kneel during the national anthem are protesting police brutality and racial injustice, but the gravity of their cause is clearly no reason not to make a buck for 2020.
For just $99, you can snag your very own "Stand up for America" football jersey from the president's campaign store. It has a large 45 on both sides, and the back is branded with the inevitable "TRUMP."
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"Our theme originated out of President Trump's love for the American flag and his fervent belief that Americans should always stand for our national anthem," Lara Trump, campaign committee senior adviser and presidential daughter-in-law, told the New York Post.
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